verb (used without object), out·stood, out·stand·ing.
to be prominent.
verb (used with object), out·stood, out·stand·ing.
to stay or remain beyond: to outstand the hour.
Origin of outstand
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I warrant she will change her mind one time or other: I only wish she may not, as the old saying is, outstand her market.'The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless
verb -stands, -standing or -stood
(intr) to be outstanding or excel
(intr) nautical to stand out to sea
(tr) archaic to last beyond
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